April 1, 2005
As more people discover the Key Peninsula, the challenge of balancing growth and preserving quality of life becomes a priority. A community planning board is working on a plan that will impact how the area grows in the next 20 years.


April 1, 2005
Cristi Watson receives much-deserved recognition for helping the community, while planning to leave to Oregon in two months.


April 1, 2005
Despite lower prices, the real estate market on the Key Peninsula reflects regional trends—and is becoming more appealing.


April 1, 2005
Key Peninsula Middle School will participate in two scientific experiments with NASA, with four students and two teachers getting the opportunity to visit a flight facility.


March 1, 2005
Vaughn Elementary School students were selected to participate in the so-called Nation’s Report Card, a voluntary test used to assess educational progress in schools around the country.


February 1, 2005
As Rep.-elect Derek Kilmer gets ready for his new job in Olympia, the Key Peninsula News talked with him to find out about his campaign experience and his plans for the legislative session.


February 1, 2005
A former Key Pen resident and KP food bank volunteer offers to kick start fund-raising for a building fund by matching other people’s donations.


February 1, 2005
Fighting continuously increasing insurance costs, the Key Pen Civic Center Association is looking at options—including selling its building to the park district.


February 1, 2005
Local residents young and old help raise funds for the victims of the December earthquake and tsunami in Asia.


February 1, 2005
The group behind the preservation idea for the historic Wauna post office building halts restoration efforts.